side chair

noun

Definition of side chair

: a chair without arms used usually in a dining room

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Wood mentions the curvy Rory side chair from Harper, available at Chairish . Kim Cook, chicagotribune.com, "Fall’s ‘it-color’ is terracotta — the earthy shade makes a comeback," 22 Aug. 2019 Wood mentions the curvy Rory side chair from Harper, available at Chairish . Washington Post, "RIGHT AT HOME: Terracotta makes a color comeback," 20 Aug. 2019 The living room features modern furnishings by Harbour Outdoor, vintage leather side chairs and a console from the Long Beach Antique Market, as well as a brass bar cart from CB2 and muted Moroccan-style rugs. Lisa Boone, Los Angeles Times, "Before & After: A traditional family home gets a modern makeover for a style-savvy bachelor," 31 July 2019 Add color and interest to a neutral space with a side chair in a bold print and navy accents in the media stand, pillows and rug. Mari-jane Williams, Washington Post, "How to update a tired family room, starting with a fireplace refresh," 25 July 2019 Some essentials include a sofa, coffee table, side chairs or tables. Ap Mcclatchy, The Mercury News, "Tips for creating an outdoor entertaining space for summer," 27 June 2019 Other acquisitions include two oil sketches by modernist John Marin created between 1910 and 1916 from the Weehawken Sequence and a side chair made in the 1890s by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Makeda Easter, latimes.com, "The Huntington acquires 32 prints by quilters from Gee’s Bend," 18 June 2019 One bedroom upstairs has a new daybed, bedding and accent pieces with gold and silver, a new side chair with a giraffe pattern, and an old table with new and modern accent pieces on it. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Downsizing goal shifted with discovery of a large Tudor Provincial with a first-floor master," 13 June 2019 Much of the furniture on display follows suit, from the vintage Napoleon III side chairs in the master bedroom to the settee in the living room, a family heirloom that belonged to Sims’s grandmother and maintains its original orange upholstery. Jennifer Fernandez, House Beautiful, "The Paint Trick That Instantly Makes Your Home Look More Polished," 22 Mar. 2019

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First Known Use of side chair

1582, in the meaning defined above

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